Just making sure people are aware of this. Time is running out for the comment period. Please lend your support with a comment if you agree with the movement and want to help provide a healthy fish habitat on the Deschutes for the next 30 years. Thank you for looking!
Yes done with this personal comment. I think individual voices really matter while canned messages are just another number.
"I'm about as geographically far from the Deschutes as a fisherman can be and still live in the CONUS yet it means so much to me. My family is from this part of America and this magnificent river cutting through the Columbia basalt is a wilderness icon that keeps my dreams of migratory salmon and trout alive. Any environmental insult to this fragile resource is personally painful. I fully support the position of the Deschutes 30/30 organization."
Thank you everyone for keeping the thread alive and for commenting. Unfortunately, this is a common theme amongst rivers throughout the world. So, we should all keep our eyes peeled toward lending a hand to similar movements elsewhere, as well.